Fair Selection for Lay-off and/or Redundancy - Paudie Collins v Mike Cronin & Sons Limited (UD 1180/2009) (MN 1186/2009)

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 26 July 2010
Anna Broderick
Eversheds

Today's article concerns fair selection for lay-off and/or redundancy

Case Name and Reference: Paudie Collins v Mike Cronin & Sons Limited (UD 1180/2009) (MN 1186/2009)
Court or Tribunal: Employment Appeals Tribunal (“EAT”)
Legislative Reference: Unfair Dismissals Acts, 1997 to 2007 (the “Acts”) and Minimum Notice of Working Time Acts, 1973 to 2005.
Jurisdictions/Subject Matter: Lay-off and Redundancy Selection

Facts

The claimant was employed as a machine operator and a truck driver by the respondent. From the beginning of 2008, the claimant was principally employed to operate machinery for a

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